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EatDrinkTweet and Workshop Discounts

March 13, 2011

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Hey all, I’m overfed, overwatered, and overwined (as is only right at a kickass social media conference in the heart of wine country called EatDrinkTweet) but wanted to put up a quick note for attendees of the conference. First of all, a big thanks to Allison Markin of All She Wrote for putting together one […]

New Workshops, New Discount for WordCamp Victoria

January 22, 2011

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Yes, I finally got the new class schedule up at the Workshops page and on our Google calendar; we’ve a raft of old favorites and some brand new classes coming up starting March 2nd, so check it out. Some are online, some are taught in Downtown Vancouver (only registered students get to learn the Secret […]

Drupal in a Day November 27

November 13, 2010

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Much as I tease the Drupalites for their blind adoration of a platform with the world’s worst user interface, I do acknowledge that Drupal is a powerful tool, and have always been curious about it. This looks like an amazing opportunity to learn how to get a Drupal site up and running in one day. […]

Social Media Workshops Update

September 27, 2010

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Just a quick update to let you know: 1. there are still some spaces available in our Social Media for NonProfits full-day workshop this Wednesday. Register securely on Eventbrite here: http://socialmediafornonprofitsraincoaster.eventbrite.com/ 2. I’ll be giving a workshop this coming Sunday at Social Media Camp Victoria at 11am. They’ve just freed up another 100 tickets, but […]

Social Media for NonProfits Slides

August 18, 2010

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Those who’ve been following along on the Workshops page or the GCalendar will know that our Social Media for NonProfits course is co-taught with me and Wesley Regan of Building Opportunities With Business. Wes is the nonprofit communications specialist and I’m the social media specialist, so it works out to be a very well-rounded presentation […]

Pimp My Blog workshop Sunday, August 8th NO updated August 22

July 13, 2010

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Pimp My Blog This 201-level workshop offers practical tips and tools for increasing your readership and influence, and applies to any blogging platform (with the exception of Tumblr, which is really only good for talking to the voices inside your head in my opinion). It includes a very basic intro to social media like Facebook […]

Social Media Course Schedule

July 7, 2010

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We’re in the process of finalizing our August/September lineup of classes, and have scheduled our Skype-taught online classes already: Blogging for Writers Online begins Tuesday, August 17th at 7pm-8:30pm Pacific (Vancouver/LA) time, runs weekly to October 5th; $250 Learn how to get the most out of blogs for promotion, sales, networking and (unexpectedly) to improve […]

Coming soon…

June 30, 2010

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Big changes. BIG changes. First of all, this week we’ll be opening up a whole new lineup of courses for registration: courses are given both online and in person, so if you’re not in Vancouver or would prefer a once-a-week Skype conversation to a solid several hours of workshopping, we can hook you up. The […]

Blogging for Beginners Saturday, May 22nd

May 4, 2010

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Image via CrunchBase This will be our last class until after my June vacay (during which I will undoubtably suffer extreme internet withdrawl) and, as always, class size is limited to 8 participants because it is very intense. The course is presented from 1-5pm at the coworking gallery at BOB, 163 East Pender Street on […]

Blogging for Writers Telecourse Starts May 18th

April 19, 2010

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Deadlines in the monitor may be closer than they appear My ten-week Blogging for Writers course begins online 7-8:30pm Wednesday, April 21st 6:30pm-8 Tuesday, May 18th, then on Wednesdays from May 19th onward for ten weeks. You don’t need any blogging experience; we’ll build the blog right in the first class. You do need a […]

Comments and Community Management: A raincoastermedia Workshop at WordCamp Victoria

April 7, 2010

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Image by Kjirstin via Flickr Yes, I’m teaching at WordCamp Victoria again, May 15th. I love Victoria, and it’s an easy day trip from Vancouver; moreso for us carless ones now that the Canada Line connects with the bus out to the ferry terminal. I’m really looking forward to this and to spending another day […]